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TITLE 31—Money and Finance: Treasury

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO MONEY AND FINANCE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FISCAL SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—BUREAU OF THE FISCAL SERVICE

PART 356—SALE AND ISSUE OF MARKETABLE BOOK-ENTRY TREASURY BILLS, NOTES, AND BONDS (DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY CIRCULAR, FISCAL SERVICE SERIES NO. 1-93)

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§356.0
What authority does the Treasury have to sell and issue securities?
§356.1
To which securities does this circular apply?
§356.2
What definitions do I need to know to understand this part?
§356.3
What is the role of the Federal Reserve Banks in this process?
§356.4
What are the book-entry systems in which auctioned Treasury securities may be issued or maintained?
§356.5
What types of securities does the Treasury auction?
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Subpart B—BIDDING, CERTIFICATIONS, AND PAYMENT

§356.10
What is the purpose of an auction announcement?
§356.11
How are bids submitted in an auction?
§356.12
What are the different types of bids and do they have specific requirements or restrictions?
§356.13
When must I report my net long position and how do I calculate it?
§356.14
What are the requirements for submitting bids for customers?
§356.15
What rules apply to bids submitted by investment advisers?
§356.16
Do I have to make any certifications?
§356.17
How and when do I pay for securities awarded in an auction?
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Subpart C—DETERMINATION OF AUCTION AWARDS; SETTLEMENT

§356.20
How does the Treasury determine auction awards?
§356.21
How are awards at the high yield, discount rate, or discount margin calculated?
§356.22
Does the Treasury have any limitations on auction awards?
§356.23
How are the auction results announced?
§356.24
Will I be notified directly of my awards and, if I am submitting bids for others, do I have to provide confirmations?
§356.25
How does the settlement process work?
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Subpart D—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§356.30
When does the Treasury pay principal and interest on securities?
§356.31
How does the STRIPS program work?
§356.32
What tax rules apply?
§356.33
Does the Treasury have any discretion in the auction process?
§356.34
What could happen if someone does not fully comply with the auction rules or fails to pay for securities?
§356.35
Who approved the information collections?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 356—Bidder Categories
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 356—Formulas and Tables
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 356—Investment Considerations
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 356—Description of the Indexes


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